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Old 11-12-2007, 09:10 PM   #1
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Food Network All Star Thanksgiving Recipes -- Need Tyler's gravy recipe

On the website they list the recipes by all the all-stars, except for Tyler's. Does anyone remember what Tyler did for his gravy?

If I remember it was chicken stock, salt, pepper, flour, cream, sage, oregano(?), garlic cloves(s)

I searched the food network for Tyler's gravy recipes and none of them are the he used for the show. The show won't air again until Saturday and I don't know if I will remember to turn it on.

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Is this the one?
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Old 11-18-2007, 04:24 AM   #3
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I actually remembered to watch the re-run a week later. That in itself is a miracle hehe

In the roasting pan over medium heat ...
EVOO -just enough to mix with the upcoming flour
2 whole garlic cloves
fresh sage
flour -just enough to dust the bottom of the pan
chicken broth or stock -one ladle at a time, stirring the gravy -Make sure you stir the lumps out
add heavy cream -about 1/4 cup
salt and pepper
simmer until desired consistency
remove the sage and garlic cloves and serve
Yummy
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